File:Makers of British botany, Plate 22 (Vascular system of stem of Lepidodendron selaginoides in transverse section).png

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English: Plate 22 from Makers of British botany (1913), depicting a figure, drawn by William Crawford Williamson (1816–1895), of the vascular system of the stem of Lepidodendron selaginoides in transverse section.
Русский: Васкулярная система стебля в поперечном сечении. Издание Makers of British botany, 1913 г., рисунок Уильяма Кроуфорда Вильямсона (1816–1895).
Date Date of figure not given; Makers of British Botany published in 1913.
Source Makers of British Botany; this scan obtained from https://archive.org/details/makersofbritishb00oliv
Author William Crawford Williamson (1816–1895)
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